This exhibition represents the first comprehensive exhibition in a German-speaking country to focus on late Gothic art. Inspired by developments in the Netherlands, from the 1430s onwards, artistic means of expression began to change: light and shade, body and space came to be depicted with increasing realism. With advances in printing techniques, these innovations found mass distribution. Despite their religious function, the images increasingly came to be perceived as works of art.
Matthäikirchplatz 4 10785 Berlin
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